Switch Inc. announced Wednesday it would be acquired by DigitalBridge Group and IFM Investors for $11 billion, or $34.25 a share, in cash.
A resource fair for entrepreneurs and small business owners offered free access to advice, training and resources for running a business.
Resorts World guests can rent the electric cars on-site through a new partnership between the hotel-casino and rental company.
Billionaire Tilman Fertitta is in the process of buying 6 acres on Las Vegas Strip; he plans to build an upscale hotel project, sources say
Sight and Sound Candy and More received a $10,000 grant to support her new business through a state government office that connects entrepreneurs to resources.
Zappos.com has officially named Scott Schaefer as CEO, a role he has held on an acting basis since December.
The California favorite has two shops in the Las Vegas Valley with plans to add several more. Two California transplants are helping Togo’s achieve its goals.
UNLV students were challenged to innovate a new way to diversify Nevada’s economy in the university’s first entreprenuerial pitch contest.
The Pucci brothers have a ‘Shark Tank’ appearance to their name and a North Las Vegas business that can adapt its modular privacy booths and other products to suit clients’ needs.
It was eight years ago when Jordan Clark first hopped on a Pedego electric bike. Now, he owns all three Pedego stores in the Las Vegas Valley.
Las Vegan Mark Davis’ nonprofit, Abundance International, has helped orphanages in two Ukrainian cities for years. The Russian invasion has made its work more important than ever, he said.
Chefs and restauranteurs with big plans for a diner will compete next month to build out their ideas at the Huntridge Shopping Center.
Arthur “AJ” Lewis of Active Capital Holdings said his group is providing just over $4.7 billion for former NBA player Jackie Robinson’s project.
High-end fashion is a booming business for Marque Luxury, and its expanding Las Vegas showroom is filled with goods from Chanel, Hermes, Louis Vuitton and Fendi.
The coronavirus pandemic left Francisco Carbajal on the sidelines with other nonessential workers. Then he parlayed a YouTube video and social media into what he says is the first Latino-owned razor business.